The UK authorities are discussing the introduction of covid passports for those who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Their owners will be able to freely move around the country under quarantine restrictions. This is reported by The Sunday Times with reference to its sources in the government.
According to the newspaper, the question of introducing such passports will be raised by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in parliament on Monday.
Johnson is also expected to inform about the end of the national quarantine in Britain from December 2 and the return to the system of local restrictions. It is assumed that at Christmas the authorities will loosen the restrictive measures, and after the holidays will tighten them again.
According to a survey by the Research & Branding Group, in mid-September 2020, 35% of Ukrainians were ready to take advantage of the free coronavirus vaccine. At the same time, 50% of respondents would not vaccinate, and another 15% would not have decided.